City Lit Blog
This summer, to celebrate the centenary Marcel Duchamps’ illustrious Readymade ‘Fountain’, City Lit Arts has curated a special programme of courses and exhibitions exploring art, objects and ideas: from pots to props, still life to assemblages, brooches to baskets, the summer school will celebrate objects and things as central to what artists and makers do, and interrogate what objects mean to us in the 21st Century.
Returning Saturday 16 September with a fantastic array of writers, performers, agents and publishers.
Deaf Awareness Week celebrates collaborative work that has made a difference for people who are deaf or have a hearing loss. Promoted by the UK Council on Deafness, Deaf Awareness Week is an opportunity to raise awareness that 1 in 6 people in the UK are deaf or have a hearing loss
City Lit is pleased to announce it is once again teaming up with the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead between 11-14 May 2017.
This year's Spanish Theatre Festival will be coming to City Lit from 12-25 June. A number of top-ranking Spanish plays, previously unseen in the UK, will be performed in the John Lyon’s Theatre in Keeley Street as part of a wider celebration of Spanish culture. All performances are in Spanish with English subtitles so that the plays are accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
Join us at central London venues and City Lit this summer to celebrate the talent and breadth of student work...
To coincide with a major exhibition by emerging art talent on the Foundation diploma art and design at next door Copeland Gallery, City Lit is pleased to announce our ‘take over’ at the The Nines bar in Peckham.
Join us to celebrate the work of 38 artists, designers and makers who will present the conclusion of their studies on the Foundation diploma in art and design...
On Wednesday 8 March, City Lit are hosting Women, self-esteem and business, in celebration of International Women’s Day.